Public Meeting 10-17 Cambridge MA Censorship

Public Meeting 10-17 Cambridge MA Censorship
Not just left sites but many different kinds. Bloggers new policies are clear-no free speech

What Furture Will Be If We Keep Supporting Companies Like Boston Dynamics (Minus The Stupid Ending)

Ok so this is obviously the atypical British ideals of quests, knights, Holy Grail (beer at World's End) and anarchy which is the ending of this movie. It's pretty cool and a bit funny til the World's End pub scene where drunk guys defend humanity's ridiculous shortcomings and the intergalactic order destroys the area in an oddly disorderly, messy dramatic explosion. Can't say I didn't like the homeless community living scenes with zero tech.



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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

NY Times: Files Linking CIA to Nazi's Wanted By Congress (2005)
(what is so secret about this? Its been documented for years..)

And there was something in the past week or so. The Boston Globe on the same day as the NY Times front page read that there was now very official evidence that showed that many Nazi war criminals were brought into the US and given assistance and cover.

What is most annoying is that no one believes Project Paperclip even though its documented as much as they would a non CIA related article about simply un named factions in American giving Nazis refuge on the face of two such newspapers.

This country and most of the western world is heavily managed and manipulated simply by info management and perception management.

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